Suffer Not, Sufferer



Addict: beefing self up with books and art

Atman: swaddled in family and then thrust out of it

Art: waiting on the other side

Brahman: a wife and two children

Carried Shame: does anyone love you now?

Conditioning: lying rubbery and blank in a crib

Consciousness: some people don’t fit

Curriculum Vitae: a burrito without the wrap

Hopelessness: other people’s experiences

Inferno: a little photo book I put together

Literature: the man with the truck drove six hours on I-95 up the east coast

Mother: a rental for consciousness

Non-dualism: floating down rapids in an inflated tire lining

Overdose: an illusion of identity soldered onto the false linear timeline

Perspective: shame is everywhere, and everything

Reality: I’m not suggesting you do it

Rebel: afraid to fail

Scapegoat: you have every right to feel the way you feel

Self Hatred: his mother and father were wonderful people, let that be known

Shame: the ultimate reality in the universe

Suffering: tribes and groups, groups and tribes

Spirit: a stockbroker with Merrill Lynch

Time: poof


Jonathan Goldman, Reiki Chants Sei-He-Ki

Background Film Clip:
A Woman Under the Influence (1974) directed by John Cassavetes starring Gena Rowlands

Book Inspiration: The Starseed Transmissions by Ken Carey filed under : #226 in Books… Religion & Spirituality …Occult & Paranormal …Parapsychology … ESP which doesn’t seem quite right.


About Author


Boo Trundle's writing has appeared in The Georgia Review, The Brooklyn Rail, Prairie Schooner, McSweeney’s, The Nervous Breakdown, and other publications. She has told stories onstage for Risk!, The Moth, New York Story Exchange, and the Jersey Storytellers Project. Her e-book, Seventies Gold, is available on Amazon. A lifelong seeker of psychic healing and transformation, she explores and teaches in that shadowy realm.

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